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    News Archive for May 2019

    Building defects revealed at Elizabeth Quay towers

    Building defects have already been observed in the newly built Elizabeth Quay apartment towers in Perth.

    Seoul’s mayor shares his bold vision for future global cities with Sydney

    Thanks to 3D technology, the mayor of Seoul, Park Won Soon, will present his keynote address from Seoul at the City of Sydney’s CityTalks: Big ideas transforming global cities on Thursday 23 May

    Timber look DecoWood used in stylish fitout for high end yoga brand

    DecoWood, a timber look powder-coating finish from DECO was specified for the retail store fitout of a high-end yoga brand in Sydney.

    Wattyl is preferred coatings partner for Barangaroo precinct apartments

    Green Star compliant products from Wattyl were specified for the Anadara and Alexandria apartment projects developed by Lendlease in Barangaroo.

    The brutal truth on housing. Someone has to lose in order for first homebuyers to win

    The Coalition’s First Home Loan Deposit Scheme is the latest plan that is supposed to arrest the decline in home ownership among younger Australians.

    Preventing discolouring of aluminium

    Continued exposure to moisture can cause unattractive staining on an aluminium surface.

    Jackson Clements Burrows-designed student accommodation gets Passive House tick

    Gillies Hall, the new student accommodation building constructed by Multiplex for Monash University on their Peninsula campus in Frankston, has achieved Passive House certification.

    China driving electric vehicle revolution

    The world is moving to electric vehicles and China is leading this global transformation in mobility.

    Social housing upgrade wins Mies van der Rohe Award

    A renovation of 1960s social housing in France has been awarded the European Union’s 2019 Mies van der Rohe Award.

    Biggest shopping centre solar installation in Melbourne

    Sunshine Plaza in Melbourne’s west is now home to the city’s biggest solar installation on a shopping centre.

    Prefinished MondoClad solid aluminium panels for a single cladding solution

    MondoClad from HVG Facades is a range of certified non-combustible solid aluminium panels providing a single cladding solution for building projects.

    Achieving building code compliance with fibre cement cladding

    'Navigating the building code through non-combustible cladding selection: Achieving compliance with fibre cement' explains the most efficient compliance pathway to meeting the fire performance requirements for external cladding set out in the Building Code of Australia (BCA).

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